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The theme for the Auto Expo 2010 was ‘green wheels’. The show, however, was all about bigger vehicles—which is a paradox. The real show is on the road, and inside the corridors of power
I live just a 5-10-minutes drive away from Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, the venue of India’s bi-annual Auto Expo. Although it is well-connected to the rest of the city by bus, train and the metro, during...
The key trends to look out for. Plus, why big car-makers are desperate to push small cars
Less than 10 years ago, the very idea of mobile phones spreading across social and economic divides was unthinkable, especially in developing and third-world countries. Of what possible earthly use could this little machine be, for example, to an auto-rickshaw or a taxi driver even in urban India?
Why is Bajaj quitting the scooters market? Veeresh Malik has a view that’s different from the PR-induced nostalgia that is going around
The big motoring announcement from the two-wheeler market in early December for the investing public is that Bajaj Auto is withdrawing from the two-wheeler scooter segment.
Certainly, the numbers put out by the company—just about 4,100 ‘Kristal’ scooters...